Back in June of 1990, my mother woke up every morning at 3am to watch me impersonate a salesman
Mike. Life is one big adventure!
I was so happy to hear you back on The Science Channel last Tuesday.
For your consideration…
Flying to Chicago with the parents, who are recently recovered from the flu. The doctor allowed them to travel, but advised them to take every precaution… Mom: Michael, will it embarrass you if we wear our surgical masks on this flight? Mike: Not if you’re performing surgery. Dad: Don’t be a smart guy. We’re strapped into a giant Petri dish. The doctor says these masks could save our lives! Mike: Only if your wife actually puts the mask over her nose. Mom: I don’t like it over my nose. It fogs up my glasses. Dad: Then what’s the point? The Read More
Studies show, the more people know Travis, the more people want to be better versions of themselves.
Normally, my mother sends along a picture
Chris and Amanda train rescue dogs to become service dogs
You guys gonna love Ma Harper. Eighty-nine years young, sassy as all get-out
Here for your perusal, is another Bloody Do-Gooder, slightly better than the average bear,
Hi Mike, had a little mishap with your Bobblehead.
Mike. 20 days for me. 14 for your father.
Rebecca writes…”I love the show How the Universe Works, but
I’m not exactly sure how this happened,
Matthew McCool writes, in response to last weeks episode…